Com­pa­nies fear staff data breach

Yorkshire Post - Business - - BUSINESS / NEWS -

Threat:

Nearly two-thirds (63 per cent) of busi­nesses be­lieve that a ma­li­cious data breach by an em­ployee is a sig­nif­i­cant threat, ac­cord­ing to Call­credit’s 2018 an­nual fraud re­port which is re­leased to­day.

The study, en­ti­tled Build­ing a Fraud Fortress, ex­am­ines how busi­nesses can pro­tect them­selves, their cus­tomers and their staff.

It finds that man­agers are bet­ting on a mix of em­ployee and cus­tomer ed­u­ca­tion, along­side ad­vanced tech­nol­ogy so­lu­tions, to counter the grow­ing threat. An in­sider at­tack is just one of the many pos­si­ble threats, the study said.

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